Шаблоны Joomla 3.5


UA

Четвер, 25 лютого 2021 14:34

Impact of language in successful functioning of the state

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a scientific and methodological seminar on Strong language successful state: formation of professional language competence in higher education institutions with specific learning conditions”. Event was held online and brought together scientists from Lviv State University of Life Safety, National Academy of Land Forces named after Hetman Petro Sagaidachny, Institute of Ethnology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Seminar was moderated by Iryna SKOVRONSKA, Head of Department of Foreign Languages ​​and Culture of Professional Broadcasting.

LvSUIA Vice-Rector Olha BALYNSKA addressed an audience with a welcoming speech. She stressed the importance of growing a new Ukrainian-speaking elite, whose vocation is to develop the state and promote its progress: “Language lives only when it is used. In this aspect, it forms a certain space, which doesnt always coincide with the border of the state where the host people live. Ukrainians in exile, for example, are expanding the space of our language in the world, but on the territory of Ukraine itself, this language space tends to decrease. That is why the important task is to educate future specialists who will be native speakers and become an elite of our state”.

Yelyzaveta KOTS, adjunct, senior lecturer at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs and initiator of the creation of the Council of Young Scientists at the University took part in the Young Scientist’s Winter School. On February 15, the course was closed and certificates were handed out to its students.

Event was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and was held in Slavske, Lviv region. Main goal was to achieve professional growth of young scientists, advisory assistance and improving the quality of their research. Aspects of popularization of own scientific projects, self-branding and media of young scientist, importance of self-presentation were discussed.

“There were many interesting lectures on popularization of own scientific activity and its commercialization: how to make own project interesting and known, how to look for clients. In addition, the plan of Winter School was aimed on making students learn how to set up a scientist's office. It is an executive body that acts as a mediator between the scientist and the customer, guaranteeing the scientist his professional growthsays Yelyzaveta KOTS.

Young scientist is currently working on a dissertation research on Fundamentals of methodology of investigating the creation of unforeseen paramilitary armed formations and is gaining teaching practice at LvSUIA Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminology.

Event was initiated by National Academy of Internal Affairs. Round table among higher education institutions under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine was held online.

At the event Lviv State University of Internal Affairs was represented by Vice-Rector Olha BALYNSKA, Commissioner for Gender Issues of Iryna YEVKHUTYCH, as well as scientific & teaching staff and students.

Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Kateryna PAVLICHENKO made a welcoming speech.

Women show by their example that neither gender, nor social affiliation or any other characteristics are important for modern science. Everytime they prove that security sector and science in it are barrier-free, progressive, fast-growing and competitive.

Kateryna PAVLICHENKO added that round table will address surprisingly important issues regarding modern challenges for women in science.

Head of European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine Mora O’SULLIVAN also greeted participants.

Over last century, world science has been developing at a very rapid pace, said the EUMC spokeswoman. Women have made a tremendous contribution to this rapid development of scientific research.

Olha BALYNSKA also said that she has been working in departmental science for over 25 years. During this time, she went from junior lieutenant to police colonel and reached considerable heights and gave a presentation Women of Lviv State of Internal Affairs in Departmental Science.

“More than 40% of women at our university holds managerial positions, and more than 60% – are scientists. University chiefs fully supports the excellent half in their significant achievements in the field of economics, business, psychology and pedagogy. Therefore, we can surely say that gender culture in Lviv State University of Internal Affairs is at a high level,” said LvSUIA Vice-Rector.

 

 

International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated annually on February 11. This holiday was introduced by the United Nations in 2015 and has a very important purpose to promote full access of women to scientific work and to draw attention to the need for gender balance in this area.

So today we decided to talk about women who make a significant contribution to the scientific activities of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs.

LvSUIA Vice-Rector Olha BALYNSKA is a Doctor of Law and Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine of Ukraine, author of more than two hundred scientific and educational works. “Science has allowed me to realize not only the potential of inner imperatives, intellectual efforts and cognitive ambitions, but also personal aspirations and desires. For me, departmental science has become a happy occasion in life. But it was here that I understood specifics of professional communication, was able to express my position and received recognition for my scientific research. Im satisfied with this result, but I dont stop…”

According to the professor at Department of Foreign Languages ​​and Culture of Professional Speech Olena ZELENSKA, science helps to obtain, substantiate and systematize knowledge, develop thinking and general culture. Foreign language for students of higher education and problem of culturology are some of her research interests.

“It turned out that I didn’t choose departmental science, but it chose me. I was invited to work at Department of Language Training when the University of Internal Affairs was founded. I must say that I was lucky, because there was a wide field of activity for both practical work – classes, creating textbooks, manuals, and for theoretical - development of various aspects of foreign language teaching in educational institutions, writing articles, abstracts.

Scientific activity helps to make own contribution to the field of management, promotes constant self-improvement and establishing contacts with leading scientists and statesmen, – said Marta KOPYTKO, Professor of LvSUIA Department of Management. Thanks to the science, she received not only a doctorate, but also such important traits as ability to value and bestow friendship, respect others and be humane.

One of advantages of participating in scientific process is access to various institutions during the dissertation research – for example, you can study the Sectoral State Archive of the SSU, archives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and the main departments of the National Police and more. According to Deputy Head of LvSUIA Department of Organization of Scientific Halyna SAVCHYN such activities help to self-realize and master the main directions of scientific work and priority topics of scientific research.

Alina RATNOVA is convinced that it is worth taking the first steps in science while studying at university, because thanks to this you can realize your dream – to work as a teacher. The girl is currently achieving a postgraduate degree and says that she started doing research when she was a cadet. “Even then I participated in conferences, seminars and other scientific and practical events. But the real interest in science arose only after working in a practical department and entering a master's degree. It was the time when I realized that there is a significant discrepancy between theory and practice, which must be gradually eliminated with the help of science”.

We wish inspiration, interesting ideas, new research and discoveries to all scientists and, especially for our women, to be successful in science and life, and always and everywhere remain feminine!

Practical trainings for cadets of Western Ukrainian Center for Primary Training “Police Academy” took place on the basis of LvSUIA Educational training department “Vereshchytsia”. Trainings were held within the disciplines “Tactics of police actions in various situations of official activity” and “Ensuring public security and order during mass events and football matches.”

Deputy platoon commanders of MDNP Special Police Battalion in Lviv Region Taras HRYNIUKH and Ihor BURYLO, as well as police officers of same unit Andriy SAMBORSKYI and Petro SAMOTIS shared their experience with cadets.

Trainers told about the peculiarities of ensuring public order and security during peaceful meetings of citizens in accordance with the Scandinavian model. They demonstrated in detail tactical features of this model.

Trainers repeatedly stressed that public safety is one of the most important blocks in the work of the National Police. In addition, emphasis was placed on the need for effective communication with citizens.

П'ятниця, 12 лютого 2021 16:23

Cooperation with community is extremely important for the police

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a webinar on cooperation between the police and the community on the basis of partnership. Event was attended by sophomores of the faculties that train specialists for the National Police.

Cooperation with community is extremely important for the police. Deputy Head of Public Relations Department of Lviv Region Patrol Police Vira PROTSIV told the cadets about this. She introduced the students to the history of Robert PEEL and his nine principles of police interaction with the community, which are used today by law enforcement officers around the world.

Cadets took part in the discussion, actively discussed each of the items and offered their ideas on how to improve the work of police officers in communicating with citizens.

Понеділок, 08 лютого 2021 17:35

LvSUIA hosted an Open Day online

2021 Open Day at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs was held in the format of live broadcast on social networks Instagram and Facebook. Representatives of the university, practical police departments and potential employers were invited to speak.

LvSUIA Rector Roman BLAHUTA made a welcoming speech. “I hope that today you will receive answers to all questions that interest you and will soon become applicants for higher education at our university”.

Volodymyr ZHDANOV, Head of Personnel Department of the MDNP in Lviv region, spoke about the social guarantees of law enforcement officers. “It’s extremely noble to be a police officer. You protect your family, community and state. In addition, it’s a stable job and salary. You also receive a social package, free medical care, preferential sanatorium treatment”.

Event was attended by university graduates who have successfully realized themselves in the field of law enforcement. Among them are Pavlo HARASYM, Head of Lviv District Police Department, and part-time Associate Professor of LvSUIA Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminology. He explained to entrants why the police profession is interesting and in demand, and expressed hope that viewers will be able to join the ranks of law enforcement in the future - because the police need young and motivated professionals.

At the end of online event Yuriy YATSENKO, Head of MDNP Police Selection and Certification Sector in Lviv region, told future entrants in detail about the process of applying for admission by state order, and Yuriy NAZAR, LvSUIA Executive Secretary, talked about the peculiarities of this year’s introduction and answered numerous questions.

LvSUIA representatives joined a webinar “Debate. Concept of legal education: “for” and “against””. Event was initiated by Ukrainian Bar Association with the support of USAID New Justice Program.

Hundreds of scholars, experts and practitioners gathered to discuss the Draft Concept for the Development of Legal Education, on which, according to participants, depends the future of the legal profession.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs was represented by the Rector of the university Roman BLAHUTA, Vice-Rector of the university Olha BALYNSKA, Director of the Institute for Training Specialists for the National Police Yuriy NAZAR, Dean of the Law Faculty Ivan KRASNYTSKY, Acting Dean of the Faculty №1 Ruslan SHEKHAVTSOV, Dean of the Faculty №3 Stapan HNATYUK, as well as by LvSUIA leading scientists.

Participants were divided into two camps. “Pro” position was represented by Doctor of Law, Professor Andriy BOYKO. Volodymyr SUSHCHENKO, Candidate of Law, Honored Lawyer of Ukraine, opposed him in “Contra” position. Debate was moderated by Maksym SHEVERDIN, Candidate of Law, Coordinator of the UBA Commission for the Improvement of Legal Education.

Implementation of a comprehensive master's program in training lawyers and the abandonment of distance learning were discussed at the debate. The issue of harmonization of the list of branches of knowledge and specialties in terms of the ratio of branches of knowledge “Law” and “International Relations” and specialties “Law” and “International Law” was raised. In addition, during the debate, participants discussed the training of lawyers in educational institutions with specific learning conditions, as well as the format of a single state qualifying exam.

LvSUIA Rector Roman BLAHUTA noted that these debates demonstrated the formulation of the problem rather than the end of its discussion. He stressed that the majority of listeners (namely, in this status, all were involved in the zoom debate) recognized the draft Concept as not meeting the realities and needs of Ukrainian higher education, including national legal education. Thus, needs of the market of consumers of legal services aren’t taken into account, the list of legal professions is critically limited (forgetting about investigators, detectives, legal scientists, teachers and many others whose services are extremely necessary for modern Ukrainian society). It is worth emphasizing the inappropriateness of the radical unification of the specialty “Law” in the training of lawyers, because the National Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, on the contrary, requires originality and uniqueness of educational programs, and this is demonstrated by the departmental legal education system (just this one system is able to train professionals to protect law and order and general internal security of the state). Possibilities and, ultimately, mission and strategy of higher education institutions with specific learning conditions with rich experience of patriotic education of a clear civic position in all their pupils and private and non-specialized educational centers are also incommensurable (this was also noted by the participants of the discussion). Therefore, it’s quite obvious that a lot of work is still needed to be done on the Concept of Legal Education Reform in Ukraine, but a lot of has already been done. By joint efforts we will succeed and Ukraine will have a reliable legal vanguard!

4th year cadets of Faculty №1 visited Lviv Scientific & Research Forensic Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Deputy Director of the institution Lyudmyla LELYUKHINA told about the history of the Expert Service of Lviv region and acquainted with main activities of Lviv SRF. Event was led by Olena HARASIMIV, Associate Professor of Criminal Procedure and Criminology at Faculty №1.

Cadets had an opportunity to observe the process of researching firearms and melee weapons on the latest equipment. In addition, they inspected several laboratories: Department of Materials, Substances and Products Research, Trasological and Dactyloscopic Research, DNA Research, and Document and Handwriting Research Laboratory. Young law enforcement officers were especially interested in possibilities and procedure for using scientific and technical means and forensic equipment during forensic examinations.

Special emphasis during the meeting was also placed on the issues of detection, collection and packaging of objects with traces of a criminal offense. Thus, during the event, cadets in practice gained knowledge that they will need during the service.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs has determined the winners of the first round of the competition of scientific works of applicants of the first (bachelor's) level of higher education, which belong to the sphere of management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Based on the presentations of scientific works, the Competition Commission of the university selected the best of them in each nomination.

- in nomination “Administrative and Legal Sciences”:

I place – Bohdan POLOMANY, 3rd course student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Prevention and counteraction to corruption: administrative and legal aspect”;

II place – Ivanna ROBAK, fourth-year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Prerogatives of the Institute for the Protection of Citizens' Rights in Law Enforcement”;

III place – Olha-Maria ZINCHIN, 2nd year cadet of Faculty № 2, topic of scientific work – “Bullying as a kind of social aggression”;

III place – Bohdana SHUKALOVYCH, student of the 2nd course of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Administrative and legal status of the National Police in Ukraine”;

- in nomination “Economic Sciences and Finance”:

I place – Victoria KOS, 3rd course student of the Faculty of Management and Economic Security, topic of research – “Social audit and its effectiveness”;

II place – Petro MANKIV, 4th course student of the Faculty of Management and Economic Security, topic of scientific work – “Product policy of the company in the international marketing environment”;

III place – Sofia GADUPYAK, 1st year cadet of the Faculty № 3, topic of scientific work – “Food Security of Ukraine”.

- in nomination “Information technology and cybersecurity”:

I place – Sofia PETROVA, 2nd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Mechanism of legal regulation of relations on the Internet”;

II place – Victoria POLISHCHUK, 4th year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of research – “Usage of information technology to identify a person”;

III place – Victor SIDOR, 3rd year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Analysis of cloud deployment models in terms of data security”;

- in nomination Constitutional and international law”:

I place – Oksana NENCHUK, 3rd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Protection of the right to liberty and security of person during armed conflict”;

II place – Khrystyna SHPAT, 3rd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Modern Diplomatic Service of Ukraine. Analysis and development prospects”;

III place – Veronica PORCIN, 1st year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Constitutional and legal restrictions on human and civil rights and freedoms in Ukraine”;

- in nomination “Criminal Law and Criminology”:

I place – Julia NIKITINA, 3rd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Criminological characteristics of women's crime”;

II place – Svitlana TSYONA, 3rd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Criminal-legal characteristics of illegal abortion”;

III place – Adriana HAMULYAK, 4th year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Principles of Criminal Law”;

- in nomination “Criminal proceedings, criminology and forensic examination”:

I place – Vitaliy DYAK, 4th year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Usage of unmanned aerial vehicles in detection and investigation of criminal offenses: significance, features and prospects”;

II place – Victoria PYROZHYNSKA, 3rd year cadet of the Faculty № 3, topic of research – “Witness Protection Program in the United States: legal framework and prospects for the use of experience in Ukraine”;

ІІІ place – Oleksandr DEREN, 4th year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Frauds committed in cyberspace: problematic aspects of proof”;

- in nomination “Operative-search activity and special equipment”:

I place – Julia SCHLICHTA, 4th year cadet of the Faculty № 2, topic of scientific work – “Application of GIS technologies in tactical criminal analysis”;

- in nomination “Psychological support”:

I place – Maryana SOBOLEVSKA, graduate of the 4th course of the Faculty of Psychology, topic of scientific work – “Psychological study of the phenomenon of experiencing the loss of family and friends”;

II place – Karolina GAPCHYCH, 2nd year student of the Faculty of Psychology, topic of scientific work – “Psychological features of people with tattoos”;

ІІІ place – Khrystyna PETRYNA, 4th year student of the Faculty of Psychology, theme of the scientific work – “Peculiarities of self-assessment of the representatives of generation Z”;

- in nomination “Tactical-special and service-combat training”:

I place – Khrystyna ZALUZHNA, 3rd year cadet of the Faculty № 2, topic of scientific work – “Ways and methods of forming an active attitude to physical improvement of students”;

- in nomination “Theory and history of state and law, history of political and legal doctrines, philosophy of law”:

I place – Yulia KARPENKO, 2nd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Peculiarities of realization of the right to peaceful assembly by public activists in the context of quarantine measures caused by COVID-19 pandemic”;

II place – Victoria NADURAK, 2nd year cadet of the Faculty № 1, topic of scientific work – “Ensuring the implementation of the rule of law during the justice process”;

III place – Sofia KIRILCHUK, 2nd year cadet of the Faculty № 3, topic of scientific work – “Civil society in a modern pandemic COVID-19: challenges and prospects”;

- in nomination “Civil and economic sciences”:

I place – Yulia KARPENKO, 2nd year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Exercise of the right to inherit in Ukraine”;

II place – Olena NAGIRNYAK, 4th year student of the Faculty of Law, topic of scientific work – “Legal regulation of the institute of alternative (renewable) energy in Ukraine”;

III place – Lyudmila GULYOVATA, 4th year cadet of the Faculty № 2, topic of research – “Ensuring gender equality in labor relations.”

Scientific works of the winners were sent to the Donetsk Law Institute to participate in the second round of the competition.